Are you looking for business opportunities in Zimbabwe? Find below, the most important institutions to guide you.
Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA)
ZIA is Zimbabwe’s prime investment promotion agency and contributes to sustainable national economic development and growth through the promotion and facilitation of value added investment. Further, ZIA offers a service of bringing together Investment Partners from any part of the world who wish to partner with others in investing in Zimbabwe. It was established by an Act of Parliament in 1993 and tasked with the following functions:
- Co-ordinate and facilitate non-resident investment proposals for acceptance;
- Promote and facilitate investment by both domestic and foreign investors;
- Promote joint ventures between local and foreign investors;
- Promote decentralisation of investment;
- Advise government on policies that relate to the private sector.
109 Rotten Row,
P O Box 5950, Harare
Tel: +263(0) 4 75 79 31-6, +263 (0) 4 759911-5, +2634780140-5
Fax: +263(0)4 773 843, 759 917
Ministry of Industry and Commerce
The Ministry’s core function is to review and formulate industrial and commercial development policies and strategies.
13th floor Mukwati Building
Cnr. 4th Street/Livingstone Av.
Private Bag 7708, Causeway, Harare
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ZimTrade remains committed to promoting trade and investment in Zimbabwe. The ZimTrade website provides access to amongst others;
- ZimTrade Company Database
- Zimbabwe Trade Statistics Database
- Networks to Other trade promotion sites
- Useful business addresses
Mount Pleasant Business Park
P O Box 2738, Harare
Tel: +263 4 36 93 36-41, 0773 584 261
Fax: +263 4 36 92 44
Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)
Facilitating economic development, trade and travel; revenue generation and collection; to enforce compliance with revenue laws and to enforce regulatory controls with integrity, transparency and fairness.
Cnr Nkwame Nkrumah / First Street
P O Box 4360, Harare
Tel: +263(0) 4 758 891-5, +263 (0) 4 790813/4
Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE)
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange is a small but active stock exchange in Africa. It has been open to foreign investment since 1993. It has about a dozen members and over 65 listed securities. There are two indices, the Zimbabwe Industrial Index and the Zimbabwe Mining Index.
4th Floor, 101 Union Ave
Tel: +263 (0)4 701 096-7, 701420, 252 779-80
Fax: +263 (0)4 762 348
Zimbabwe Tourism Authority
Zimbabwe Tourism Authority is a corporate body responsible for tourism promotion, planning and development, research and the enforcement of standards and services.
55 Samora Machel Avenue
Tel: +263 (0)4 752 570,774 760, 774 709, 758 748, 780 651, 758 714-12, 0772 48 6953
Fax: +263 (0)4 758 826-28
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)
The Reserve Bank has, as its primary goal, the maintenance of the internal and external value of the Zimbabwean currency. In this regard, the Bank is responsible for the formulation and implementation of monetary policy, directed at ensuring low and stable inflation levels. A further core function of the Bank is to maintain a stable banking system through its supervisory and lender of last resort functions. Other secondary roles of the Bank include the management of the country's gold and foreign exchange assets. The bank is the sole issuer of currency and acts as banker and advisor to Government.
80 Samora Machel Avenue
Box 1283, Harare
Tel. +263 (0)4 703 000, 707 800, 706 450
The Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC)
ZNCC is a membership organization whose primary mission is to represent and facilitate
investment and entrepreneurship in Zimbabwe.
25 Harvey Brown Avenue, Milton Park
P.O. Box 1934, Harare
Contact: Mr. K Chikonzo/ Willard Razawo
Tel: +263-429 355 30/1
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The Chambers of Mines of Zimbabwe
The Chamber represents the mining industry and strives to recreate a vibrant mining industry in Zimbabwe.
20 Mount Pleasant Drive
Tel: +263 (0) 4 334 507, 334 517, 0782 708 397-401
Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI)
The aim of CZI is to develop existing industries and create a good business climate in the country.
31 Josiah Chinamano
Contact: Clifford Sileya
Tel: +263 (0) 4 251 490/6
Fax: +263 (0) 4 252 424
Employers Confederation of Zimbabwe (EMCOZ)
The Employers' Confederation of Zimbabwe promotes and protects the interests of employers in Zimbabwe, by lobbying government on national policies, practices and standards on labour, employment and related socio-economic issues
21 Smit Crescent, Eastlea
P O Box 158, Harare
Contact: Mr John White Mfukare
Tel: +263 (0) 4 2925 740, 2937587, 077 344 5628
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